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Researching the hows and whys of brain changes through life

For further information about Jill Shelton’s CALM Lab, visit Consider this scenario: Your spouse asked you to pick up an item at the grocery store on your way home from work, and the supermarket was indeed on your route home. Once you noticed the store’s sign, your brain reminds you of the task at hand. “Oh yeah, I have to remember to pick up that spice at the

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Local high school students create art for public display

When her name was called, Lily Michel got a “Huh? You mean me?” look on her face. She’d just heard that her artistic submission was chosen as a winner in ArtSpark Goes to School, a local program that invites high school students to create art that will be placed on 20 EPB utility boxes from the North Shore to Southside. Even with her winning certificate in hand, Lily was

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Weeks chronicles the world through the lens of a camera

Communication lecturer Billy Weeks has been a photojournalist for more than 25 years.

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Feeding the homeless and hungry is a crusade for El Taylor

“Everyone Deserves to Be Fed” Even in the summer, El Taylor feels like Santa Claus. Every other week or so, she makes about 100 peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches and then hits the street, handing them out to the homeless. “A lot of times, the majority of people I see are asleep, so it’s kind of like a Santa Claus mission and I’ll just leave stuff,” she says. A senior in

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UTC student photographers make unprecedented showing at Hearst Photo Competition

The collective work of photojournalism students at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has achieved an unprecedented 7th-place ranking among a field of 75 universities throughout the United States in the prestigious Hearst Photo One News and Features national photo competition.

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